Monday, 4 July 2011


The Idiom Team  are in Manipal to conduct a workshop with the Medical faculty and students to refurbish the Museum of Anatomy and Pathology.  The Museum and Labs house the best and most amazing range of specimens (the best In Asia it seems!) but the look and feel is outdated and the medical students hardly use the facility. The workshop is to glean outcomes to change the under-usage and to create a sharp and iconic identity. (How about MAP – the acronym for Museum of Anatomy and Pathology, which could also imply ‘mapping’ of the body)! J

The workshop, so far, has been  very animated – lots of debates, discussions and ideas have poured through.
We had fun nominating people from both teams to fulfil various roles and so we have a Specimen Expert (The Speci-Man), the Content Expert (The Encyclops) and so on!
The faculty and students have created wish lists and we at idiom are looking forward to working these into our designs as far as possible.

Thursday, 23 June 2011

Head and Heart Ventures

Spectra Constructions is now moving on to become Head and Heart Ventures.

Today was the launch of the new identity and the inauguration of their new office.

Catch a glimpse of the new office space. 

Great Job - Pavan, Shridhar, Nagendra, Uvraj, Shajin, Raji, Mallik, Alphonse, Sampath and everyone else who were a part of this project.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Screen Printing workshop @ Chaap

Catch a glimpse of the screen printing workshop organised by Idiom Live in association with Chaap last Friday.
Chaap is a screen printing unit which is run by Ekta Manchanda, a senior designer at Idiom.

The half day hands on workshop took the participants through the process of screen printing right from exposing a screen to the final printing. Participants tried out printing on all types of materials right from paper, fabric, banboo, sponge, plastic and even glass.

An evening full of fun and experimentation.

There are more workshops that are been scheduled.
Hope to see you guys there.

A huge thank you to Ekta for organising the workshop for us.

Monday, 20 June 2011

PINK PAPPUs showcase their work

The Pink Pappu's just finished their 2 month long internship at idiom
Check out some of the work they displayed.
Ankita Thomas, Devyani Tekaday, Kannan Mehta, Rajasee Ray, Saloni Chopra, Sankhalina Nath and Sibi Mathew - you guys did some really interesting work. Good luck for the future.
We will miss you guys.

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Pink Pappus On the Roads for Dream In!

It's 6 AM in the morning on 13th June 2011 and all the interns of Idiom are on the roads of Indiranagar, Bangalore. Writing on the road with chalk and spreading the message of Dream In.

A Tribute To MF Hussain

One of the most recognized Indian artist Maqbool Fida Hussain, commonly referred to MF Hussain passed away on 9th June 2011.He was called the Picasso of India.

A designer in Idiom and a brilliant artist, Jayesh Sivan thought of giving a tribute to MF Hussain by making a portrait of  him. We hope the work of MF Hussain will keep inspiring young artists and all the other people of the community.

Monday, 30 May 2011

Table Tennis Tournament!

Last week we had an amazing Table Tennis Tournament at Idiom. It started with 16 teams. In the end Srinivas, Alphonse, James and Lingraj reached the finals. After a nail biting finish James and Lingraj became the winners!  



Tuesday, 10 May 2011


We have a whole bunch of super- interns and we lovingly call them PINK PAPPUs

Connecting Dream In - New York and Bangalore!

In Bangalore? Then come hang out with us at the dreamcenter at Idiom tonite at 7.30 pm as we stream Dream In:  New York project Live! If you cant join us, catch a glimpse of whats happening at :

Thursday, 21 April 2011

SMU visits Idiom

A large group of students from Singapore Management University visits Idiom to learn about some of our dreams and to share with us some of theirs.

Friday, 1 April 2011

Cricket Fever!

Full on cricket Masti at Idiom
India - Pakistan world cup final. 

Catch the India - SriLanka world cup final match at the Dream In center. 
We wish India lots of luck.!